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Where’s that plane headed? Whether you’re an aviation enthusiast, a frequent traveler, a pilot, or part of a flight crew, FlightAware is a must-have app. Track planes in real-time above your head, or all over the world. Easily track the status of your flight, check for any delays on the inbound aircraft, see weather radar, and set up alerts to be notified of any changes – all for free!

Features included:

▶ Track any plane around the world in real-time
▶ Get free flight status alerts: Departure, Arrival, Cancellations, Gate changes, Delays, Diversions
▶ See weather radar
▶ Save your favorite aircraft and airports
▶ Check for flight delays (with “Where is my plane?”)

FlightAware is the leader in providing advanced, accurate, actionable intelligence and insights that inform every aviation decision. We believe that flying opens up the world around you. It makes distances shorter, the world more accessible and satisfies one of the core aspirations of mankind.

Upgrade options:
• Ad Remove - Removes all advertisements from the app
• FlightAware Aviator - Register and enable advanced features for your piston-engine GA aircraft

Terms of use: https://flightaware.com/about/termsofuse
Privacy policy: https://flightaware.com/about/privacy


- FlightAware Global customers now have the ability to share and view a single flight leg of a blocked aircraft via the web or iOS app.
- Improved the track log labels to align with gridlines and added option to hide surface track log data.
- Raised visibility of the button used to access flight details.

Ratings and Reviews

out of 5

K Ratings

won’t set up notifications

UPDATE: I waited a bit and before I deleted the app, I tried it one more time - the issue seems to have been fixed and the app is working as advertised. I actually got responses from the developer regarding this, which I found impressive and surprising. Changing my rating from one star to 5.

PREVIOUS REVIEW: app worked fine for awhile, but suddenly, it will not allow me to set up notifications for flights. When I try to set a notification for a flight, I get a message that “email to friends for single day only” (or something similar). I don’t have emails to friends set up in my settings, so the error message makes no sense to me. I have settings to just email to me to track flights I want to meet. I tried turning off even emails to me to reset to “send to my device”, but I still get the error message.

Flight Tracker is a much more reliable app, and it has become my go-to app for tracking flights I need to meet. This one just doesn’t work anymore.

***Update: This has been fixed as of yesterday afternoon (5/23). Again, sorry for the inconvenience.

Hi Fran, Thanks for letting us know about the issue you found. We're working to address it and there should be a fix in the next few days. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Great for up to date info.

I have used the Flight Aware app for several years. I find it to be accurate (sometimes more so than the individual airlines) and informative. I can check the local airport(s) for delays which are not always apparent in other ways. For example a clear sunny day but flights being held at the point of origin due to weather (thunderstorms etc.). I know having experienced it my self that when you are sitting in the airport at the departure gate and the plane is there but you are told it is delayed due to weather and it is sunny where you are and at your destination you get frustrated. Flight Aware gives the information about the airport’s delays due to weather and I can check both the departure airport and destination with the weather overlay showing me what is happening. I also like being able to find my plane “Where is my plane now?”. I volunteer for a local non profit as a ‘taxi team driver’. Being able to track the flights I am meeting is a big help.

Hi nlgess, thank you for the review! We've all gotten to the airport early only to realize our flight is delayed. We've recently added an indication on individual flights' screens when the origin or destination airport is experiencing delays, so you can plan your time accordingly.

The good and the not so good

We us it mostly for our family members to track our personal plane. It’s a good app that needs more work. It sometimes works when we file Flight following, maybe we are doing something wrong? It always works when we file an IFR flight plan. The problem we have with the app is when we cancel IFR in the air if we do a visual approach the app stops tracking the flight and my loved ones wonder it we crashed cause it stops the tracking short of the landing. The other thing is that we can’t sneak away without the family being notified of when we are leaving and where we going. The great thing is my FBO uses the app to know when we’re are arriving at the airport so they can have my vehicle out on the tarmac running and waiting for us with the air or the heat runninglove that use of your app! Keep up the great work.

Hi there,
Our Flight Tracking team recently made some changes to fix the last-mile problem you mentioned in your review. Give it a look the next time you fly and let us know if it's still a problem for you by contacting our support department. Thanks a bunch!

The developer, FlightAware, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More





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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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How to use flight-tracker apps to tell what planes are flying overhead

On any given day, even with the drop in air traffic due to the COVID pandemic, there are thousands of airplanes flying over the United States and the rest of the world — commercial jets, general aviation and private aircraft and military planes from various armed forces. If you are an AvGeek, you know that there are apps and sites you can use to track those planes and tell exactly what the one you’ve just seen fly over is. You can use them to track aircraft you cannot see, too. We’ll talk about the two most commonly used apps, Flightradar24 and FlightAware, which both have iOS and Android versions and a website as well.

If you have an iPhone, you can just ask “Siri, what flights are overhead?” — and the voice-activated digital assistant will return a screen like this one. The two tables taken together will give you a pretty good idea of what is flying above you. But you can know a lot more than altitude, distance, aircraft type, airline and flight number. You can find out pretty much everything about a flight, in real time, and anywhere in the world.

With Flightradar24 and FlightAware, you can find out granular details including how fast and high a flight is, its route, the exact airplane operating it and when it was built, and what routes it flew before, even months in the past.

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Flightradar24 calls itself the most popular flight-tracker app; the Google Play store shows it has more than 10 million installs, while FlightAware has more than five million. Flightradar24 is the more customizable of the two, and while FlightAware says it tracks more flights, it lacks options like showing planes on the ground. (There’s also a third flight-tracking app and website, Planefinder, which looks and feels similar to Flightradar24 and has the same price for the premium version.)  

FR24 features more options that will appeal to casual users, and while both apps have good free versions, Flightradar24 offers cheaper premium levels. FlightAware markets itself more to professional users in the aviation industry.

At TPG, Flightradar24 is the app we use every day to track flights, both for work and for fun.

The free version is pretty intuitive; it defaults to your location, which you can return to at any time by touching the arrow at bottom left, and shows you every plane in the vicinity with either airline code and flight number (for commercial flights, like Delta or Southwest below) or registration (for some private aircraft, like N)


Premium versions of the app can show you airplane type, speed and altitude without having to click on a plane’s icon.

In free and paid versions, by touching a plane icon you bring up a list of details about that flight.

An interesting option is the 3D view at bottom left, which brings up a fully pinch-to-zoom, rotating look at the world around the plane. The airspace over New York City can get much busier than what is shown in this screen shot, taken on Thursday at p.m. — air traffic has declined hugely during the pandemic. You can manipulate the view in many ways, and declutter it by going to Settings > Visibility and toggling on and off options like having aircraft still on the ground appear on the map.

Both apps are very useful if you want to know where the airplane taking you on your next flight has been, or where it’s coming from — a great help in case of a delay, for example. We have a handy primer on how to use them for that purpose.

You can use Flightradar24 in augmented-reality mode, too. Tap the “AR” letters in the top left corner and the app will let you look around you, telling you which planes, if any, are found in the airspace surrounding you. Point your phone at a plane in the sky, and you’ll get a text label with flight number and destination.

Flightradar24 has two upgrade options, Silver and Gold, for $ and $ a year respectively. While we use the Gold version at TPG since we need its deep archive of past flights, it may be overkill if you are not a hardcore aviation geek or an aviation-industry professional. The Silver option is all the upgrade most enthusiasts will need for practical purposes.

FlightAware’s premium options, geared more towards professional users, start at $ a month. Its free version, while perfectly fine for flight tracking, is less customizable than FR

It pays to know the four-letter aircraft codes FlightRadar24 uses, which are those issued by ICAO, the International Commercial Aviation Organization — the ruling body of commercial aviation. Some of those codes are pretty intuitive; if you see a plane labeled “A,” it’s easy to deduct you’re looking at an Airbus A But what about a BLCF or an A20N? Fortunately, ICAO publishes the codes in a searchable database.

Not everything can be tracked, though, or at least not fully. Many private planes, for example, will display as “Blocked,” with no data beyond the ability to track their route. That’s because their owners have requested anonymity. Military planes mostly do not appear on flight-tracking sites because of operational secrecy, even when they are on innocuous missions. That’s where another flight-tracking site comes in, at least for the military planes: ADS-B Exchange. (There’s no app, but it works fine on the mobile web.)

Like the others, it’s based on ADS-B technology, an acronym that stands for “Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast.” Airplanes have devices called transponders, which transmit data to air traffic control including altitude, speed, heading and more. Unlike the others, it does not censor the ADS-B data of military aircraft, so you’ll be able to see them there. Go to ADS-B Exchange’s “Radar View” page and click on the U indicated by the red arrow to isolate only military traffic. You may see aircraft without much information next to them, but with the unmistakably aggressive silhouette of a fighter jet — for example the two green Fs in the image below, flying under the call signs “Gundog 7” and “Gundog 9.”

You may even be able to see Air Force One this way; it can sometimes be spotted on the tracker as “AF1.”

Featured photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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Flightradar24 Flight Tracker

The world's most popular flight tracker - #1 Travel app in over countries.

Turn your phone or tablet into a live plane tracker and see flights around the world move in real-time on a detailed map. Or point your device at a airplane to find out where it’s going and what kind of aircraft it is. Download for free today and discover why millions track flights and check their flight status with Flightradar

Favorite features
- Watch aircraft move around the world in real-time
- Identify flights overhead & see flight information—including a photo of the actual airplane —by simply pointing your device at the sky
- See what the pilot of an aircraft sees in 3D
- Tap on a plane for flight details such as route, estimated time of arrival, actual time of departure, aircraft type, speed, altitude, high-resolution photos of the actual aircraft & more
- See historical data & watch playback of past flights
- Tap on an airport icon for arrival & departure boards, flight status, aircraft on the ground, current delay stats, & detailed weather conditions
- Search for individual flights using flight number, airport, or airline
- Filter flights by airline, aircraft, altitude, speed, & more
- With Wear OS you can view a list of nearby aircraft, see basic flight information and view the aircraft on the map when you tap on it

Flightradar24 is a free flight tracker app and includes all the above features. If you want even more great features from Flightradar24 there are two upgrade options—Silver & Gold—and each comes with a free trial.

Flightradar24 Silver
- 90 days of flight tracking history
- More aircraft details, like serial number & age
- More flight details, like vertical speed & squawk
- Filters and alerts to find and track the flights you’re interested in
- Current weather at 3,+ airports overlaid on the map

Flightradar24 Gold
- All the features included in Flightradar24 Silver +
- days of flight history
- Detailed live map weather layers for clouds & precipitation
- Aeronautical charts & oceanic tracks showing the pathways flights follow across the sky
- Air traffic control (ATC) boundaries that show which controllers are responsible for a flight
- Extended Mode S data—even more information about a flight’s altitude, speed, and wind & temperature conditions during flight, when available

Silver and Gold upgrade prices are listed in the app as they vary depending on your country and currency. If you choose to upgrade, subscriptions will be charged to the payment method used for your Google account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You manage your subscription through your Google Play Account Settings.

How it works
Most aircraft today are equipped with ADS-B transponders that transmit positional data. Flightradar24 has a rapidly growing network of over 20, ground stations around the world to receive this data that then shows up as aircraft moving on a map in the app. In an expanding number of regions, with the help of multilateration, we’re able to calculate the positions of aircraft that don’t have ADS-B transponders. Coverage in North America is also supplemented by real-time radar data. Coverage is variable and subject to change at any time.

Connect with Flightradar24
We love getting feedback on FR Since we’re unable to respond directly to reviews, contact us directly and we’ll be happy to assist.
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The use of this app is strictly limited to entertainment purposes. This specifically excludes activities that might endanger yourself or the lives of others. Under no circumstances will the developer of this app be held responsible for incidents resulting from the use of the data or its interpretation or its use contrary to this agreement.

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